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  1. MASSIVE SUCESS!!! I ended up getting really annoyed by the whole tone of the letter from Harlands and the impending pain having to deal with them / generally get harassed, along with my letter to Harlands (thanks so much for the advice!), I also send a bit of a stroppy email to the whole world and his dog that I thought may be involved (General info addresses, CEOs, sales etc.), from a random email address I no longer use (so didn't care if anyone had a hold of it), with no personal information. I had a number of responses from Harlands, the Xercise4Less branch conc
  2. We shall see what they say! Sent off signed for on my lunch today Turns out a lady at work also had a similar issue and said they go away after a while!
  3. Phew! I'm the sort of person who gets insanely worried about this kind of thing, so that's reassuring to hear! It's a horrible tactic, and I've never had this sort of issue with cancelling MY direct debit before?!
  4. Perfect! I will do! Will keep this thread updated with anything further too
  5. I was thinking of using the following template that has been suggested before, as the case seems similar to mine: "I refer to my membership at Xercise 4 Less gym in XXXXXXXXX which was a month to month agreement. I cancelled my direct debit mandate in September but realise now that I should have given 30 days’ notice to cancel. Cancellation of the DD mandate was adequate notice of my wish to cancel. So I now offer to pay £19.99 for the notice period. I will not pay you any administration or cancellation fees. If you confirm in writing that you will accept the amount
  6. Hi there, First time posting, but in doing a bit of research before I delved into discussing a letter I received from Harlands, there seemed to be a lot of valuable information on this forum, so hoping someone can help with my specific situation. On 31st March I took out a gym membership with Xercise4Less on a monthly rolling contract with the following information in an email confirmation from that date: "You are committing to a single £20.00 admin fee payment and £19.99 per month for a minimum of 1 months. After this minimum term your membership payments will continue on a mon
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